Spring Hill Residence Featured in Seattle Times, February 2001

SPEC, BUT SPECIAL

Seattle Times Magazine: February 2001

“The Intent: “Most people live in houses built from ‘kit’ plans detailed by the builder,” observes Tim Rhodes. But he wondered: Could a for-sale house be “as complex and fulfilling a project as a house designed around a kitchen table with a family who will live in the spaces?” He decided the answer was a challenging yes.”

“Convinced that stock floor plans aren’t a good fit for how families really live, Rhodes decided this 3,0000 square-foot home wouldn’t have a strictly delineated living room, family room, entertainment room and den but rather flowing main-floor spaces set apart by elevation.”

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